The Wood County Museum welcomes Marissa Stevenson, assistant conservator of textile based collections, Toledo Museum of Art, as the guest speaker for the March 16 2 p.m. Tea & Talk Series at the museum, 13660 County Home Road.
A spun fiber glass dress was made for the 1893 Columbian Exposition. Her talk will discuss how fiber glass ensembles made, conservation treatment of this work, and a narrative around the creation of the dress.
The Museum is partnering with the Summer Kitchen to serve a tea.
Reservations and payment need completed by March 10. Call 419-352-0967 and museum staff can assist or visit woodcountyhistory.org to pay online. Admission includes tea and light refreshments by local caterer Carpe Diem and program.
Member pricing is $25, while non-member and special diet meals (gluten free or vegan) are $30. All ticket sales are final. Tickets are non-transferable and non-refundable.
A complete list of teas and other programs can be found at woodcountyhistory.org.